Mohammad Sahibi was denied the right to continue his education
Ariyai Jamia News Agency – Student activist Mohammad Akhbi was denied the right to continue his studies after submitting his documents and registering for the new semester of the university.
According to the report of Jamia Aryai news agency, quoting from the students’ union council of the country, in recent days, Mohammad Shayli, a student activist and a former member of the union council of Noshirvani University of Technology in Babol, and a current student of anthropology at Tehran University’s undergraduate level, with a defect (defects in documents). In the comprehensive educational system of Tehran University, he was banned from continuing his education.
The title (deficiency in documents) has been announced for this student activist, while he was previously sentenced by the disciplinary committee of Tehran University to (written warning with inclusion in the student file), (written reprimand with inclusion in the file) and (receipt of damages). The The above-mentioned ruling was issued after the football game between male and female students, which he mentioned as “damage to public property” and “non-compliance with student affairs”, issued such a ruling against Mohammad Aghbi.
It should be noted that, in November of 2019, by the branch of the Tehran Revolution Court, in absentia, Mohammad Shaybi was sentenced to 5 years in prison for the charge of (assembly and collusion with the intention of disrupting national security).
The whole process of dealing with this case, such as the explanation of the accusation, the issuance of the penalty request, the holding of the hearing and the issuance of the verdict, was done in absentia without the knowledge of Mohammad Shaybi.
Following the confiscation of one of the bank cards of this trade union activist by the bank teller machine and following up the cause of this incident through the bank, it was determined that on October 1, 2019, a letter from the 1st branch of the Evin Prison Prosecutor’s Office, headed by Mohammad Mahdi Baraa, It has been sent to the mentioned bank so that all the bank accounts of Mohammad Aghbihi will be blocked.
Suppression of trade union and student activists as suppression of freedom of expression and violation of Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights approved on December 16, 1966, which refers to the right of individuals to freely disseminate political thoughts and opinions and views. Doshdi has emphasized.